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1941 Chrysler Royale Coupe WANTED

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Looking for a 3 window Chrysler Coupe. Any color but black. Will pay very good money for the right car. No modifications to body or motor. No hot rods. Overdrve a plus.  tom griffith/wisconsin   608-212-8774   lincoln1955@msn.com

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Somehow it travelled back to the US unless that seller is just brokering it.  You could own it again,  unless there is a good reason you got rid of it?

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I'd like to see the dash and door "mottled" plastic, engine and trunk... not much info on this car.

Looks nice exterior wise though..

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1 hour ago, alsancle said:

Something doesn't seem right.  That is a horrible auction and description.  Makes me think the pictures were pilfered.

AND....no interior shots or engine shots. You may be right.

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7 hours ago, keiser31 said:

AND....no interior shots or engine shots. You may be right.

 

Those are dealer photos.  Ever see a dealer with a 10 word description?    It might be 500 words of nothing, but they always say a lot.

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That gray 1942 Chrysler which Auburnseeker posted

says it is "maroon" in its description.  Please, someone

report this apparent fraud to Ebay to save someone

from being taken advantage of!

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Was the Maroon for the interior? That's the way I took it. 

I agree crappy ebay ad,  but then again,  many are.  That's how I make my money,  buying poorly listed stuff and relisting it properly. 

 

"Isn't the grey 3 window coupe a 42 Chrysler ?"

 

In my gutt I was thinking that but then thought yeah that's right they had hidden headlights,  but now that you mention it and I gave it a second thought,  that was Desoto's deal in 42 not Chrysler. 

 

Probably wth all the errors it's a scam.  

 
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Jeez...and I thought I knew these 3 passenger Chrysler 3 passenger coupe's!

I didn't even pick up the 1941 yet knew it was a 42 grille... getting older..............................

Scammers.

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That is one beautifully restored 42 Windsor 3 passenger coupe!

A couple minor issues but NICE!

Too bad this is likely another Ebay farce.

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7 hours ago, auburnseeker said:

Was the Maroon for the interior? That's the way I took it. 

 

The fraudulent Ebay listing says, "Maroon    Tan interior."

The original dealer's ad conveys the same information.

And obviously, it's a gray car.

 

Thanks to Olds Fan for digging up the original listing!

 

 

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Mopars of 46-48 Vintage had Maroon interiors with tan colored cloth inserts.  That's what I figured they meant. 

If you think everyone fills out all those blocks correctly try looking for a brand new stick Tacoma pickup and see how many of the lazy dealers check the wrong boxes,  leave them blank entirely and show file photos of the entirely wrong model.  I just figured it was laziness on the sellers part.  You know how many ads on Facebook for say a 46 Ford car or even 32 Ford car,  say F150 for the model?  I just listed my 40 Ford on there.  First car I ever did and realize how lazy people are with tiny descriptions,  if you want to call them that and 1 or 2 photos.  I think they allow 20 or more.   Lots of Listings on ebay contain incorrect or are missing alot of information. Just look at the ads on here.  No location,  no price.  1 picture and something like call Bob for the entire description. LOL

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I contacted the seller thru Ebay and he sent me a bunch of pictures and a detailed description.

I was just curious.

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I've seen that 42 Chrysler for sale before and it was priced in the 70 to 80K price range I think.  The interior plastics are incredible!  So you are looking for just a 1941 model?  If I may ask, why do you like that year?  Marc.

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1 hour ago, Oldsfan said:

The auction in completely gone...

 

I can think of a couple of possibilities that would explain that.

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